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investigators have identified the suspect in the attack at ohio state university monday morning. they say he was an 18-year-old man of somali descent... driving a car registered to a family member. as kim hutche nine people were injured and taken to the hospital ... one of them is in critical condition. --reporter pkg-as follows-- monday morning at ohio state university in columbus, the warning came-- "active shooter on campus - run hide fight." the campus went on lockdown as rooms ... blocking doors with whatever they could find they distributed images of what they saw on social media ... and spoke to news organizations from their hiding places. (voice of kevin vasquez/ohio
there's like 40 cop cars, everyone's very frantic. all the swat teams are getting together and cops are still pulling up." before noon, the shelter in place alert was lifted. witnesses began recounting what they saw. (mos) "it's not supposed to happen. sorry//"we barricaded ourselves in our rooms, like we were taught, turned off our lights and just hunkered down and authorites started piecing together details of what happened. university police) "a male suspect drove a vehicle over a curb on west 19th, west of college avenue, struck pedestrians, he exited the vehicle and used a butcher knife to start cutting pedestrians. our officer was on-scene in less than a minute and he ended the situation in less than a minute. he engaged the suspect and he eliminated the threat. the suspect is doa." now, officials are trying to determine a motive for the horrific attack. i'm kim hutcherson reporting. sketch right now.. police are on the hunt for a
a little on thanksgiving day. you're looking at a composite sketch of the suspect. police say an 8-year-old girl and her brother were playing outside near lake mead and buffalo. police say the man then took the girl behind a building -- and sexually assaulted her. the suspect is described as an older male with a thin build with white or salt-and-pepper hair. three people are behind bars this afternoon.. station in pahrump. deputies released these mug shots of the suspects. a third person allegedly involved in the crime is a juvenile. deputies say they won't be sharing his name or picture. two seconds of shovel nats our neighbors to the west are doing some digging today, after a big snowstorm. you're looking at video from big bear summit. that's about three-and-a-half hours from here. of course, the skiers and snowboarders were loving the fresh powder. nelson auyon/burbank 06:23:45
whoever is here now or for anyone coming up so i would just suggest being safe on the way up. officials say several inches fell over the weekend at the big bear ski resorts. the chilly weather will continue as one storm system makes an exit and another pushes into the area. northern parts of the valley will continue to see breezy winds tonight as the current system starts to make its slow push to the east. expect overnight lows in the upper 30s and low 40s around the valley o tomorrow will be a breezy day with gusts between 25- 30mph as wednesday we will be in between system, but high temps will only reach the low to mid 50s around the valley. the winds will be light with only high cloud cover. mourners are paying their
havana's revolutionary square. castro hadn't held power since 2008, when sickness forced him to transfer power to his brother, raul but his passing chapter in cuban history. on saturday students at the university of havana, where castro once studied, chanted "i am fidel" in honor of his death. student: he was not only an example to cuba, he was an example to america latina, he was an example to the entire world. but many cuban exiles in miami cheered fidel castro's death. many families were separated.. during castro's reign. they hope it leads to a brighter future on the island.
celebrating the future freedom of cuba because we believe after this moment, many things are going to change in cuba. castro's ashes will stay at the ministry of defense in until wednesday before they are taken east, to santiago de cuba where his funeral and burial will take place. new information this afternoon.. police say the tips are pouring in since offering a 20-thousand dollar reward for information that leads to the arrest of two escaped criminals. rogelio chave campbell.. have now evaded police for four days, they escaped from a santa clara, california jail wednesday night. deputies say they likely used a metal tool to saw through the bars of the window. then they rappelled down two stories.. using a make-shift rope of blankets and bed sheets. multiple peole possible connected to the case are in custody for questioning. while wrong way crashes don't happen often...they are more deadly...
a-b-c's david kerley is in washington with what you can do to protect yourself on the road. in arizona. nats - "there's a single vehicle wrong way driver into tim mason, az dept. of public safety: "one benefit to this particular crash is the weight of that bus and the impact that that bus was able to take on." a college football player in massachusetts killed going the wrong way thanksgiving. and sunday two killed on long on video. vehicles on the wrong side of the road speeding. while wrong way crashes mak u one study says they're 27 times more deadly between 3 and 400 what can you do to protect yourself? edgar figueroa/chp stay out of the fast lane, stay out of the carpool lane, stay in the middle lanes or the calls to change the way roads are designed. often on-ramps and off ramps are next to each other which can lead to mistakes. some experts suggest lowering the "do- not-enter" signs make them bigger and put another set farther up the exit lane and possibly add rumble strips so a driver gets a cue that they're
donors around the world are expected to participate . but officials warn donors.. watch where you give your money. do your research. only give to charities you're familiar with and avoid on-the-spot donations. now to that wild weather - heavy snow in the mountain states creating travel problems for millions over the holiday weekend abc's alex perez reports.. more dangerous conditions are on the way. script: overnight wild weather from coast- to coa havoc as snow, ice, and rain cause treacherous driving conditions for holiday travelers. nats 4 reported tornadoes touched down near lincoln nebraska.. nats the state's first post thanksgiving tornadoes in over thirty years. nats nearly a half foot of snow fell on flagstaff arizona causing cars to spin off the road. interstates shut down in nevada county saturday after pileups resulted in dangerous driving conditions. nats southern california also getting an early dose of the white stuff. for those hoping to avoid the roads thousands of flights
get delayed t-s-a screening an estimated 2.5 million passengers nationwide yesterday. let's go to 13 first alert meteorologist karla huelga the chilly weather will continue as one storm system pushes into the area. northern parts of the valley will continue to see breezy winds tonight as the current system starts to make its slow push to the east. expect overnight lows in the upper 30s and low 40s around the valley tonight. tomorrow will be a breezy day with gusts between 25- 30mph as the system makes its final exit. highs temps will reach the high 50s tomorrow with clear skies. wednesday we will be in between system, but high temps will only reach the low to mid 50s around the valley. the winds will be light with only high cloud cover.
its entrance. we'll see extra cloud cover and up. it looks like friday will be upper end breezy/lower end windy, but the winds will put an extra bite in the air as high temps will only reach the saturday high temps recover to the mid 50s, then to around 60 on sunday. a system will pass to our north monday, but it'll be close enough to bring us some breezes and stunt any warming that day. mom's to be.. this one's for you. current system starts to make its slow push to the east. expect overnight lows in the upper 30s and low 40s around the valley tonight. tomorrow will be a breezy day with gusts between 25- 30mph as wednesday we will be in between system, but high temps will only reach the low to mid 50s around the valley. the winds will be light with only high cloud cover. some breezes thursday with highs in the mid 50s. the cloud cover will thicken
up. it looks like friday will be upper end breezy/lower end windy, but the winds will put an extra bite in the air as high temps will only reach the low 50s. the system makes an exit by early saturday, which will clear skies over the weekend. saturday high temps recover to enough to bring us some breezes and stunt any warming that day. breezy winds tonight as the current system starts to make its slow push to the east. expect overnight lows in the upper 30s and low 40s around tomorrow will be a breezy day with gusts between 25- 30mph as wednesday we will be in between system, but high temps will only reach the low to mid 50s around the valley. the winds will be light with only high cloud cover. late wednesday/early thursday, our next system start to make its entrance. we'll see extra cloud cover and up. it looks like friday will be upper end breezy/lower end windy, but the winds will put an extra bite in the air as
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nine students are recovering after a violent attack at ohio state university. authorities say the attacker was student at the school. police say he drove onto a curb int and began stabbing people with a butcher knife. dozens of passengers endured a terrifying night... a plane headed to las vegas is forced to make an emergency landing! it started in dallas but one of the engines failed mid-flight.. forcing the pilot to land in albuequerque. the passengers finally made it to las vegsa around four this morning. coming up on 13 action news.. live at 5... following the stabbing attack on the o-s-u campus -- unlv is looking over its own security
that story and more on 13 action news.. live at 5. then later.. all new on 13 action news live at 6.. an entire apartment building invaded by scorpions! she says management has sprayed for them but they keep coming back! so she turned to us for help... and we're getting answers because when you ask... we investigate. the chilly weather will continue as one storm system makes an exit and another pushes into the area. 13-action news -- nevada toyota -- are asking you to donate -- a new
the 13-days of giving". we officially kicked it off friday. donation bins are out -- across the valley -- including here at our station. the complete list -- is at k-t-n- v dot com. the las vegas rescue mission -- will distribute all the gifts -- to families in need. findlay toyota -- nevada coin mart -- and zippy shell -- are proud sponsors -- of 13-action news -- and the 13-days of giving. that does it for 13 action news live at 3:30.. but stay with us for judge judy up next. we're always on at ktnv.com and on our mobile app. we'll see you back here in 60-minutes for 13-action news live at 5. until then.. thanks for watching and have a great evening. breaking right now..
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enter the courtroom of judge judith sheindlin. the people are real. the cases are real. the people are real. the cases are real. the rulings are final. captions paid for by cbs television distribution heather harville is suing her former landlord terry dugan for the return of her security deposit. terry claims heather destroyed his rental home. >> byrd: order! all rise! this is case number 155 on the calendar in the matter of harville vs. dugan. >> judge judy: thank you. >> byrd: you're welcome, judge. parties have been sworn in. you may be seated. gentlemen, have a seat, please. >> judge judy: miss harville, you were a tenant of the defendant's. you moved out of your home. mr. dugan kept your security deposit, which you want back. >> yes. >> judge judy: mr. dugan says not only aren't you entitled to your security deposit back, but you trashed the house, and he has a counterclaim for $5,000 for damage that you caused to the house. when did you move in to mr. dugan's property -- month and year?